Industrial Court Currently Presiding Over Resident Doctors Strike

The National Industrial Court sitting in Abuja is currently presiding over the matter between the Federal Government and the National Association of Resident Doctors, NARD over the ongoing strike by the Residents Doctors.

In their separate arguments, the counsel to the Resident Doctors, Chief Femi Falana, SAN, urged the Court to return all parties to the negotiation table for amicable resolutions.

While Counsel to the Federal Government, Mr. Torchukwu Maduka told the court to order the striking Doctors to return to their duty posts in compliance to the exparte order by the court in the last sitting.

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Mr. Maduka, said the Resident Doctors render essential services which affects the lives of every Nigerian and their refusal to return to work was causing Nigerians more of health challenges.

The presiding judge Justice Bashir Alkali, later stood the matter down for the next 20 minutes.

Click for update: Resident Doctors Strike: Industrial Court Ask Parties To Negotiate

Wahab Akinlade

Akinlade I. WAHAB is a dedicated journalist and the proprietor of I-WAHAB Media. He embarked on his career at Murhi International TV (MiTV) and subsequently joined Radio Nigeria as a Judicial Correspondent.With a profound interest in legal reporting, he currently holds the positions of Chairman at the National Association of Judicial Correspondents (NAJUC), Ikeja Branch, and Chairman at the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), Radio Nigeria Chapel.As the owner of I-WAHAB Media, he has successfully established Top Court News, a platform renowned for providing comprehensive coverage of court cases and legal developments, with the aim of promoting transparency within the judicial system.Akinlade's diligent work and unwavering commitment to ethical reporting have earned him immense respect within the Nigerian journalism community.

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